World Record Prime Numbers-Mersenne Primes

Started by Stellar, January 08, 2021, 08:24:03 PM

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Stellar

On a lighter side note, I have been running a Lucas Lemer test on a number 2^109947391-1 to check if its a prime number or not.  If it is a prime number than that means $3000.00 for me from.  So far under 2^83 there are no factors found.  I will let you all know if I find it. 8)

https://www.mersenne.org/report_exponent/?exp_lo=109947391&exp_hi=&full=1&ecmhist=1

If it does come out prime in the next two days than I will have found the largest prime number in the world.  Yippie for me right.  Here is some code I wrote to check if an exponent you might want to use at Mersenne.org gets you a World Record Prime & $3k cash.


while True:
print('''If the output of your number is closer to one
of these numbers for low twin, mid and high twin than this should
predict if the outcome of your number is Mprime or not.  This
is a very loose prediction model.  Remember the exponent
you use if its a Low Twin, mid or High Twin, so you can
check against averages.  Certain numbers like 37 throw off this tool.

Non-primes Averages:
Low end Twin 35.6      non-twin mid number 28.37    High end Twin 26.2

Mersenne Primes Averages:
Low end Twin 31.7      non-twin mid number 22       High end Twin 25.3''')
p = int(input('Enter prime number: '))

n = ((pow(2,p-1)*2-1)*2)


print(n%2+n%3+n%5+n%6+n%7+n%8+n%9+n%10+n%11)


Stellar

You bet it does try and prove one these huge numbers with your own tools it is extremely difficult.

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Stellar on January 08, 2021, 08:40:48 PM
You bet it does try and prove one these huge numbers with your own tools it is extremely difficult.

It’s doubtful you’ll do anything with them then. You couldn’t even recognize mathamatical proof of election fraud when it was right in front of you.

Ciardelo

Quote from: Dr. MD MD on January 08, 2021, 08:42:33 PM
It’s doubtful you’ll do anything with them then. You couldn’t even recognize mathamatical proof of election fraud when it was right in front of you.


Stellar

2^109947391-1 is not prime so sad. oh well theres plenty of primes to go

Dr. MD MD

Quote from: Stellar on January 10, 2021, 03:14:18 PM
2^109947391-1 is not prime so sad. oh well theres plenty of primes to go

I won’t hold my breath. ::)


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